Windmills of Your Mind
Monday, 28 September 2015What is the Difference?
If you have any level of performance responsibility, your day starts the moment you open your eyes and your problems and stress are with you up to the moment you hit the sack and exhaustion takes you into unconsciousness for a few hours if you are lucky.
Certainly this happened to me for more than thirty years as a CEO of my companies and it is the same for just about any manager upwards that knows sleepless nights in the pursuit of performance is what keeps him or her in their job.
Life does not need to be like that.
There is a better way to think and to perform. Read High Performance After Burnout.
Okay, I can practically hear the screams of; “and what about the sleepless nights and the reoccurring dreams the entire night long running through the difficulties of a tricky contract.
Most of the sleepless night syndrome is a cross between your conscious stress/worry about the problems and your subconscious brain desperately trying to get the message to you about the issues you need to straighten out. This tussle of wills is what tires you out so at o4:30 you finally fall asleep.
The reoccurring cycling dreams of trying to do something and it keeps getting stuck, is your subconscious brain showing you your strategy and operation plan is frankly far from your best option.
Above are two examples of how at Neuro-fault Protection we first guide you into understanding the practicalities of how your brain works on a daily basis and then how it can do far better to help your performance.
It is difficult when you have no idea of the meaning of these subconscious brain behaviours or their subliminal messages.
Frequent sleepless or disturbed nights is a sure sign you are pushing your conscious brain to the limit in the wrong direction in your expectations for performance.
The comment that we only use 10% of our brains keeps coming up. This was a pronouncement by an American psychologist in the late 1940s.
Neuroscience in general can confirm categorically that you use your entire brain. The fact is if you have any level of aggravated stress, you are severely overusing your conscious brain. The proof of this is the stress.
The only cockeyed relevance in that 40s pronouncement is the worst issue of the two. This is how you underuse your subconscious brain faculties and that mostly you have little or no idea that they exist.
To help understand this point look at and read the descriptive pages noted at the head of this website homepage. Example: Intuition, telepathy, subconscious ambition, etc
Talking of figures like 10% is nonsense as there is no practical means of measuring this immensely complex machine.
MindPower Recognition’s Neuro-fault Protection training and coaching is all about explaining what you have and how to use it in the most effective way relative to your needs.
Find out how to take the strain off the parts that are overloaded already and creaking under the strain (rushing, being more than occasionally, frequently or constantly late, fractiousness, irritability, short temper, difficulty to give support to others around you because you are under such pressure) and similar issues are all symptoms. These indicate you really do need to transfer most of your performance thinking to your super-powerful subconscious brain.
The pity of this issue is that it is so easy to do you can practically do it in your sleep.
Neuro-faultProtection training and coaching is available in person, by telephone and by skype. For details contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
A layman’s guide to how your brain can work for you is all in Robert P. Denton’s new book ‘High Performance after Burnout’ ISBN 9781512294705 is available at www.amazon.com or order from your local book store.
For more information free of any commitment, contact: email@example.com
This book explains how your thinking processes work.
Why stresses and stressors dominate your life and mostly you are not aware of the fact or extent.
Most importantly it also explains how you can change your thinking processes to take back control of happiness and abundance and put stress and stressors where they belong.
For definitions and more information please see: Specific pages listed above just under the image of a mountain river tumbling through rocks.